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Gotta love Almond Flour!

I love the idea of baking after school treats for my kids but I never loved the idea of filling them full of sugar and white flour.View full post »

Lunch time!

So, lots of people ask what our kids eat for lunch. For today, Tate was eating a grass fed hotdog, organic carrots, organic blueberries,View full post »

Appetizers anyone?

My kids, probably like most, really seem to like hanging around the kitchen while I’m cooking, kind of like sharks. I use to hear theView full post »

Dekalb Farmer’s Market Rocks!

And not just because it’s so fun to see all of the fish heads, octopus, goat, cow liver, hearts and tongue (I could go on), butView full post »

Why is it baby anything is cute?

Why is it baby anything is cute? Even eggplant. And we’re stoked about our 6 lbs of grass fed meat, and the coconut we’re going to crackView full post »

Just a few more iphone pics of the fun things the kids got a kick out of seeing and feeling!

Just a few more iphone pics of the fun things the kids got a kick out of seeing and feeling!View full post »

To Paleo, or not to Paleo

So for 2 years I’ve been Paleo, meaning I eat animal protein, seafood, vegetables, fruit, nuts and occasionally a little dairy andView full post »

This was a test photo and now I’m having a hard time taking my little guy off of here. I wi

This was a test photo and now I’m having a hard time taking my little guy off of here. I will soon, I promise.View full post »

A little about me…

Hey, I’m Landria Voigt, and I never thought I’d be the kind of person to write a blog.  Still can’t believe I do!View full post »

Recipes

CHICKEN Creamy Sun-dried Tomato Chicken Pesto Pasta Slow Cooker Burrito Bowls Southwestern Buffalo Chicken Soup Chicken Pesto Pasta ThaiView full post »

My consulting services…

Through personalized nutritional consulting, I  often help patients overcome a host of maladies, including: AcidView full post »

Hearty Beef Stew…

I got this great recipe from Chris Kresser (author of the fabulous The Healthy Skeptic blog). I’ve been a fan of his for years andView full post »